Canada's top CEOs averaged $8.9M in pay, and that was a bad year


TORONTO — Canada's highest-paid CEOs saw their compensation dip two per cent from 2013 to 2014, but they still raked in an average of $8.96 million each, according to a new study.

The think tank that conducted the research, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, says that's 184 times more than the average wage in Canada.

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